Located in Torrington, Devon
This semi-detached cottage rests in the rural village of Frithelstock and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 2
- Pet Friendly: 1
The Stables is a charming reverse-level, semi-detached cottage resting on the outskirts of Torrington in Devon. There are two ground-floor bedrooms in the property including a double with an en-suite shower room and a twin serviced by a ground-floor bathroom, making the property suitable to sleep up to four people. On the first floor is an open-plan living space holding a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with a Juliet balcony. Outside you will benefit from the owner’s lawn and a private patio with furniture, as well as there being off-road parking for one car. The Stables is a marvellous cottage to base your family holiday to Devon.
Torrington 2.7 miles. This enchanting semi-detached cottage is in the converted stables of the owner's property surrounded by a large garden, nestled in the tranquil countryside. Offering a quirky reverse-level setup, this property makes a marvellous base for a small family to enjoy the coast and countryside of Devon. On the ground floor, you will find two bright and airy bedrooms, consisting of a double with an en-suite shower room and a twin serviced by a shared bathroom. On the first floor is an open-plan living space and kitchen/dining area, which holds everything you could need to enjoy a self-catered stay. The seating area boasts a Juliet balcony with countryside views. The Stables is a delightful property, offering easy access to the many delights of Devon.
- Oil central heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, washer dryer, TV, DVD player, WiFi and a selection of books
- Off-road parking for one car per cottage
- Shared access to the owner's garden surrounding the house
- Private patio with furniture
- One well-behaved dog welcome as per house rules
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop 2
- 2 miles, pub 2 miles
- Note: There is a pond on site, please supervise children at all times
- Note: Changeover day is Saturday
- Note: Check-in is from 4pm onwards
- Note: Check-out time is 10am
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Set within the rural village of Frithelstock on the land of the owner's property, the two enchanting barn conversions of The Stables (sleeps 4) and The Coach House (sleeps 2) offer a brilliant base for exploring the countryside delights of North Devon. The immediate village of Frithelstock is a tranquil area, providing you with ample walking opportunities and views to uncover - The Tarka Trail is less than one mile down the hill. 30 miles of its 180 miles is traffic-free using the old railways of North Devon, perfect for cyclists and walkers. Within close reach you will find the bustling history-enriched town of Torrington, here you will be greeted by an array of shops and eateries, as well as a swimming pool, the Great Torrington Heritage Museum and RHS Garden Rosemoor, providing excitement in a variety of ways. Choose to spend a day at the coast of Westward Ho! with its glorious sandy beaches and amusements for all or one of the other diverse and stunning beaches of North Devon such as Saunton Sands, Instow, Woolacombe or Croyde to name a few. Or you can head to Hartland and take a stroll along the Heritage Coast where you will be encompassed by unrivalled views and spectacular nature. The Stables and The Coach House provide a delightful base from which to explore this area of Devon.
Torrington or Great Torrington as it is often called, is a pretty, small market town, full of character, above the River Torridge. The town has a variety of convenience and local independent shops as well as cafes, a Victorian Pannier Market and several pubs. The town is linked to many of the walking and cycling routes that run through the area including the Tarkka Trail. With the town of Barnstaple 25 minutes away and Bideford just 15 and Clovelly just a little further, this makes Torrington a great base for links to the coast. RHS Garden Rosemoor is in Great Torrington and is magical after dark with the trees being lit by different coloured lights, there is even a play area for the children. Dartington crystal is situated here too, take a tour and see the glass being blown and moulded and then relax in their cafe before visiting the gift shop.